February 1, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 31
It looks like the Air Jordan IV just couldn’t stay out of the retro limelight, as the sneaker is set to comeback in a round-about way via the Air Jordan 1 ’89. The sneaker is an Air Jordan 1 at its base, but comes with plenty of embellishments that pushes it towards Michael Jordan’s fourth signature silhouette (netting on the sides, a ‘Flight’ tongue tag, the cement print). There’s no word yet on retail availability, but we’ve already seen the Air Jordan 1 do the hybrid thing this year with those Air Jordan XIII-inspired pairs, so don’t be surprised when this one shows up as well. Continue reading for a more in depth look and let us know if you’re looking forward to the Air Jordan 1 ’89.
I'm all for Retro combos, but do most of them have to be combined with a 1? Take off the damn mesh, too. They'd look much better that way.
I think, if anything, the Black ones look the best. Just based off the fact, the contrasting looks a lot better. More of a contrast, so it doesn't have the "hiding" effect that @kushgrown408 stated.
I hope someone is reading this that will really consider what im about to suggest. The nike sign on the side where the neting is , should be on the ouside of the neting . The nike sign looks like its hiding behind the net an is not very vissible .
Exactly.. You guys say Jordan Brand is falling off so keep expecting them to re-release the same shit. Now you know why they do it, everything after 14 sucks.
Don't understand why u release all the Jordan 1 + series of shoes. Why can't u take dat time makin MORE RETROS... jus a damm shame yo
The mesh and wing work on the IV because it's a subtle part of the shoe. This design kills that look entirely.
If this is what we've stooped to I say you might as well bring back the Jumpman Team pro.
@memeguyton plenty of ideas just not good ones.